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president goes to indianapolis to speak to the veterans of foreign wars convention. he plans to talk about iraq, the imminent withdraw of combat troops, of course. saw those dramatic pictures last week crossing the border. now we have the vice president set to speak today in indianapolis. of course, he made some controversial comments earlier this summer, walking right up to taking credit for success in the iraq war as the administration sees it. notwithstanding withdrawing them on time but success as a whole and drew scoffing from former vice president biden. meanwhile, the white house announced yesterday the white house making that address on iraq, walking a fine line between mission accomplished, he doesn't want to do that, and drawing attention to the fact that he is meeting the august 31st deadline for withdrawing come bas forces and there are still 50,000 u.s. forces remaining in iraq, at least until the end of next year, chuck. >> all right. mike viqueira in a very windy and perhaps rainy martha's vineyard and guessing no golf in the president today. thanks very much. >> reporter: d
of regulatory violations. >> vice president joe biden visits the midwest today. in indianapolis he is addressing the veterans of foreign wars about iraq and afghanistan and heads to a chrysler plant in dleed dough to discuss efforts to strengthen the nation's auto industry. >>> and conrad murray, michael jackson's personal doctor has a court hearing today in los angeles. he has been charged with involuntary manslaughter for giving jackson a fatal dose of anesthetic. >>> coming up later today on "good morning america," new details about that fatal seaworld attack six months ago. >> explosive charges from a whistle blower there when a trainer was killed by a 17-foot orca, that's a "gma" exclusive. >> for some of you local news is coming up next. >> for everyone else "america this morning" continues after this. ♪ whoa ♪ ♪ ♪ one tribe, y'all ♪ one tribe, y'all ♪ one tribe, y'all ♪ we are one people [ female announcer ] when you choose pepsi, you support the pepsi refresh project. which is giving away millions of dollars to refresh communities across america. ♪ one, one, one people [
des moines to milwaukee, indianapolis to chicago, it's been a week of heat, humidity and heavy rain. >> you can call this the summer of the heat wave. outside of southern california this could go down as the top five hottest summer for many cities. >> reporter: in ames, iowa, the entire city is without clean running water after heavy flooding. >> thank you. >> yep. >> reporter: the weather channel's janelle cline is there. >> much of iowa is damaged after three days of relentless rain. massive flooding closed interstates, swept cars off roads, even killed a 16-year-old girl. >> reporter: while in chicago, another problem -- a mosquito population explosion. and the dragonflies that eat them. >> they're all over. just like a swarm of what you would imagine locusts. >> reporter: back here in d.c., forecasters say this is likely to go down as one of the hottest summers on record, following record snowfall over the winter. climatologists say it is linked to global warming. the hotter it gets, the wetter it gets, the more violent the storms are and the more moisture we have. ann, back to
indianapolis. overall, what is the white house message here? >> reporter: it's interesting you should bring this up, alex. we learned the president will give a speech upon returning to washington. he's on here for another week in martha's vineyard. he'll go to new orleans to observe the fifth anniversary of hurricane katrina. then he'll give an address on the iraqi troop withdrawal. it was last week they went over the kuwait border ending the combat mission that officially ends august 31st. it falls on a tuesday. we don't know what day the president is going to be speaking. tuesday is a good guess. he spoke to the american disabled veterans convention in atlanta when he said the war of the combat mission would end as promised and as on schedule. we can expect the president to reinforce that. vice president biden will be in indianapolis tomorrow to speak to the vfw about the end of the combat mission in iraq. a lot of people are quick to point out there are 50,000 american troops left in iraq. they are capable or combat ready. by all accounts the level of violence sunk there somewhat not wit
in indianapolis, he talked about the future with iraq, now that the last american combat brigade has left the country. >> draws down our troops in iraq does not mean we are disengaging from iraq. in fact, quite the opposite is true. we're in the process in following on president bush's proposal for a long-term relationship. >> mike vick ker aa is travelin with the president. >> reporter: you know how much the president likes to golf, apparently even barack obama doesn't want to get out in this weather, out on the links. but he got out for some golf yesterday, but it was not near the gale that hits martha's vineyard today. once he returns from this ten-day interlude on martha's vineyard with his family, that's sunday, august 29, he will go directly to new orleans where he will observe the fifth anniversary of katrina, tuesday of next week is august 31st, and that is the deadline that president obama set forth as a candidate and as president and for withdrawal. last week when we saw those dramatic pictures of the last of that combat brigade heading over the border out of iraq, the president
in daytona and indianapolis. the road is rough and the spectators aren't behind massive steel fences. so our josh levs takes a look at the track and the rules. >> let's take a look at the map behind me. i want to show you something here. i want you all to see where this is taking place in the united states, so let's zoom right in. we're going to california here. where we're going to go, it's east of l.a., east of san bernardino. we're going to go to this area where it takes place, soggy dry lake. that area is 50 miles long and they go around four times. what we're hearing about this, the "l.a. times" describes this as a mecca for off-road racing. you can see by the terrain why it's so popular. there are lots of races that take place through this area throughout the year. let's get to some of the video. these are written rules. you can see them for yourself on the website. look at what some of them say. first of all, they say do not spectate within 100 feet of the course. looking at what we're seeing here, it looks like people are way, way within that. exactly how many people are considered,
in indianapolis. 73 here in new york. 93 in atlanta. 70s from seattle to billings. 93 in albuquerque. 91 in colorado springs. >>> it was a whole lot of leaping and lunging from fido and company. >> families across hungary brought their pooches to budapest to compete in the disk dogging championships. it's also called four-legged frisbee or i guess six-legged if you count the essential human component. >> judges were looking for gymnastic prowess and rapport between the animal and the trainer. one point of the event was simply to throw, jump, and have some good, old-fashioned family fun. >> athletic dogs, look at them go. >> better shape than i am. >> we'll be right back. [ female announcer ] fact. when pain keeps you up, nothing is proven to help you fall asleep faster than advil pm liqui-gels. rushing real liquid relief to ease you to sleep fast. for nighttime pain, make advil pm your #1 choice. >>> welcome back. afghan president hamid karzai is addressing his country's security issues and the war on terrorism. >> he's also confronting afghanistan's future relationship with the taliban.
around indianapolis, also phoenix is under a heat warning. temperatures, how hot will it be? plenty hot, steamy, 102 from little rock to oklahoma all through the northern portions of texas, including dallas. and by the way, this will be the 14th 100-degree day this month every single day in dallas. the rest of the country, the west coast is looking warm. seattle, 92, and as we even go into tomorrow, alex, the pacific northwest, their first warm air of the season. so enjoy it. >> bill karins, thank you for that. >>> well, msnbc is the place for politics. but before we get to that, for weather forecasts go to weather.com. i'm always jumping the gun. >>> today, bill clinton will campaign for a florida senate candidate who is in a fight for his political life. congressman kendrick meek is facing a challenge from jeff greene who is financing his campaign. house speaker nancy pelosi is also getting in the game recording a brand new call on behalf of meek. >> president clinton, president obama, and i are supporting kendrick meek for u.s. senate. i strongly urge you to vote for kendrick meek be
? >> i like new orleans and indianapolis in terms of experience and talent. i know how hard it is to repeat. i pick the colts to get back. surprise. >> of course you are! >> but i think that super bowl defending champ is tough to get back. i like dallas in the nfc and put talent together. they have a chemistry that's coming on a little bit better. i think with what else is happening in thenfc east, the giants, philadelphia with the new quarterback now, washington with a new coach, i think dallas might have the easiest road to win the division. >> there's buzz about the new york jets in this town. people like them around the top of the league. >> i'm hearing about the jets. i still -- i guess i have to be shown that. because to me, they were a team that won nine games. they're on the rise but i can't put them up with indianapolis yet. >> owens and ochocinco going to work out? >> i don't see how that works out. that's two real distinct personalities and want the ball and cincinnati was a running game last year and thinking that they'll be happy i'm surprised. >> could coach du
. >> phoenix climbs to 107. sacramento 89. 90s in omaha, kansas city and indianapolis. 103 in dallas. and 92 in new orleans. 80s in boston, new york, and atlanta. >>> more than 100 families in south carolina are making waves for a good cause. >> they hit the beach along with a special camp for autistic children. the group called surfers healing pairs professionals with kids so they can appreciate the sport. the group's founder says the children living with autism respond to the water in a magical kind of way. >> that's a great idea. parents say it's incredible to see how the kids calm down. some of them as you can imagine cry as first but 99% of them eventually get it and you can see by the smiles there they enjoy it. >> we'll be right back with more after this. diabetics on medicare! i'm a diabetic and i want you to know over 230,000 u.s. their diabetic supplies through liberty medical. and that begins with the one touch ultra 2 meter. easy to use, fast results... at no additional cost! liberty helps keep you on track by delivering diabetic supplies to your door...and filing your claims. i
albuquerque to boise. indianapolis 84. kansas city 81. dallas 99. it's 72 here in new york. and 70 in boston. >>> you might say it was a match made in heaven. a houston couple that seemed destined to be together from day one. >> matt johnson and samantha green were born on the same day, the same year, at the same hospital. they were even delivered by the same doctor. they met 15 years later while attending the same high school. >> oh, wow. matt and samantha are now 23 years old. they now have one more thing in common, their wedding date. the couple just got married over the weekend. congrats to them. >> hopefully they're not twins separated at birth. we'll be back with more "world news now." >>> hurricane danielle has formed far off the atlantic coast but it is not expected to make landfall. >> 18 years ago, though, hurricane andrew did make landfall. it absolutely blasted south florida and was the third most powerful cat 5 storm in american history. from the "abc news vault," coverage from august 24th, 1992. >> reporter: a force of nature. erratic. deadly. and florida was just the beginning
, indianapolis, to cleveland, detroit. notice the east coast is pretty good from d.c. northward on saturday. by the time sunday arrives, all that wet weather and the cold front heads to the east coast so on the eastern seaboard, the message is saturday's your better day of the weekend. great lakes or midwest, sunday's the better day of the weekend. that's your weekend forecast. you are watching "morning joe." ♪ hi, a number two please? would you like that to hurt now, or later? uh, what? sir, it's a simple question, do you want heartburn pain now or later? [ male announcer ] these heartburn medicines make you choose between hurting now, or later. pepcid® complete doesn't. it starts to neutralize acid in seconds and keeps it under control all day or all night. sometimes you gotta make compromises, man. [ male announcer ] no you don't, man. pepcid® complete works now and works later. [ male announcer ] we all need people who will be there for us in life. people who say, "we're with you, no matter what." at wachovia and wells fargo, we're with you, when a house turns into a home... ...when
. both of these industries have been crushed. indianapolis, the most affordable big city in america and has been that way actually for a few years. detroit, you know the story there. people have been leaving. people have been foreclosed on, so the price of a home there is a good deal. and, of course, buffalo new york. of that's been going on for some time. buffalo saw its hey day around the war and that time. and hasn't really had a growth in its industry since then. buffalo, by the way, has some lovely old houses, because back when it was booming, they just built really beautiful houses there. detroit has a fantastic airport and good highways and great restaurants. so if you have some reason to be there, you're going to get the best deal you can get on a house in some of those areas. but you will notice they are all concentrated in that area. go to cnnmoney.com, and they'll show you the list of the top most affordable places and least affordable places. my old home in new york tops the least affordable places to live in the united states. you want more on money >>> speaking of "you
of been in decline since world war ii. detroit, we know the story. indianapol indianapolis, interesting, the most affordable big city in the united states. so that's -- the issue here is that if you have to go to these places with something to do. you can't just show up there. >> opportunities. >> these are all high unemployment places, largely. youngstown, ohio, another one. the home for steel. >> right. >> no steel mills there anymore. and auto plants. no auto plants. >> exactly. so the other points here is that you've got to have opportunity, as you just mentioned. but you also have to kind of a financial portfolio. >> yes. >> if you're going to get one of these homes. >> they're not giving mortgages away anymore. so you have to have -- you still have to have clean credit. you have to have a down payment. and in some cases they want 20 to 30% down payment. so, yeah, you can still get loans with 5% down. but generally speaking, people are going to want to know that you've got that kind of credit. but if you think there's opportunity for you in some of these places and i point to detro
. the indianapolis man who built it says it leads to a lot of -- that's awesome, dude, comments from 6-year-olds. plus, look, it makes for a terrific random moment of the day. keller graduate school of management, you'll have a professor with you every step of the way. whether you take classes on campus, online, or both, you get the same attention, the same curriculum, and the same quality. 85 locations nationwide and online. discover how to grow the business of you... at keller.edu. >>> and getting back to our lead story, the racial rant of conservative radio host laura schlesinger, she used the "n" word 11 times while talking with an african-american who called to complain about her husband's racist-sounding friends. >> how about the "n" word? >> black guys use it all the time. turn on hbo. listen to a black comic and all you hear is [ bleep ]. i don't get it. if anybody without enough medical anyone says it's a horrible thing, but when black people say it, it's a affectionate. it's very confusing. >> i can't believe someone like you is on the radio sprug out the [ bleep ]. >> i didn't sp
and indianapolis 97. 81 here in new york and 93 in atlanta. >>> it's a sight that makes you want to shed your clothes, grab your bubble bath and jump in. >> okay. 30,000 rubber duckies were dumped into the chicago river for a race toward michigan avenue. it was the fifth annual windy city rubber ducky derby. sponsors paid $5 a duck to raise money for the special olympics. >> each duck was numbered and there were prizes for the owners of the first duckies to reach the finish line. >> as exciting as this video is, we have to take a break. >>> an arab-israeli man is in custody accused in a series of stabbings in three states. he was arrested moments before he tried to flee the country. elias abuelazam is accused of stabbing 18 men, killing five of them. as jeremy hubbard reports, investigators are now searching for a motive. >> reporter: a slew of men maimed or murdered from michigan to ohio to virginia. the serial slasher case has scared and spellbound entire communities. >> the suspect in the 14 stabbing assaults in our community has been apprehended. >> reporter: as the inv
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